Names & Notes
Whitebreast joins Pinnacle Bank Board of Directors
Pinnacle Bank announced the addition of Dirk Whitebreast to its board of directors. Whitebreast has been employed by Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel for 12 years and is currently the co-general manager. He has also held positions in players club, surveillance and digital marketing at the casino.
“I’d like to thank the Pinnacle Bank Board as well as bank leadership for their vote of confidence. I see this is yet another opportunity to serve our local and regional community. I’m looking forward to working with both new and existing partners and contributing to Pinnacle’s continued success,” Whitebreast said.
“We are very pleased to have Dirk Whitebreast join Pinnacle Bank’s Board of Directors,” David Burrell, Chairman/CEO, said. “Dirk brings exceptional leadership skills and business acumen to our board which will further support Pinnacle Bank’s strong growth and profitability within a very sound risk profile.”
Whitebreast and his wife Lannesse reside in Marshalltown and have two young children.
UP H – Marshalltown welcomes new member to IMPACT Team
UnityPoint Health – Marshalltown welcomes Elvis Sabic, ARNP, to the IMPACT team providing care at the Iowa Veterans Home.
The IMPACT (Integrated Management Patient Coordination Team) clinic model provides specialized care for patients in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities. The primary benefit is quality, consistent care between the hospital, the clinic and home.
Sabic is a graduate of Allen College in Waterloo and board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. His clinic experience includes family practice, urgent care, neurology and hospital inpatient care, as well as supplemental hours in oncology.
“I’ve worked with the geriatric population for most of my nursing career,” Sabic said. “I enjoy listening to the stories these patients tell, as well as helping them to achieve the best quality of life.”
In his free time, Sabic enjoys outdoor activities that keep him active, such as hiking, biking and fishing. He also works on cars and spends time with family and friends.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to care for the residents at the Iowa Veterans Home,” Sarah Brown, Regional Ambulatory vice president, said. “We have had great success coordinating care with our community partners and we are excited to bring those best practices to this valued population. We will show our veterans and their family members just how much they matter to us.”
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